A fairground worker who had been in the island only two days punched three people and headbutted an ambulance after going on a drinking binge.
Today’s Isle of Man Examiner has the full story, along with all the latest action from the TT.
Elsewhere in today’s paper:
Chief Minister Allan Bell insists there is no intention to bring in a maximum speed limit across all Manx roads.
The chairman of Tymwald’s emoluments committee says MHKs will continue to have their pay based on the civil service scale - but pegged at a different point.
A young man who smashed his van into a tree and suffered multiple fractures fell asleep at the wheel, a court has heard.
The Isle of Man continues to be a safe place to live, as recorded crime is at its lowest level since 1970.
A 33-year-old university graduate has been jailed for three years and three months after dealing drugs which were stored in the soles of his shoes.
An airport worker who was sacked from his job at Ronaldsway has been vindicated by an employment tribunal – more than two years after his death.
Teachers’ pension arrangements are fuelling secondary schools ‘recruitment crisis’, according to National Association of Head Teachers president Kim Johnson, who visited the island last week.
A government Minister says he would give MLCs an immediate £20,000 pay cut.
Peel Football Club’s grandstand is to undergo a £40,000 renovation – and it will be named after one of its former players.
What do fans make of the TT? Nikki Allan visits the grandstand to gauge views from visitors.
Peel was swamped by thousands visitors on Sunday - and we’ve got a picture special to record the occasion.
Plus, there’s Cringle, the Green Column, crossword, our busy letters page and much more.
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